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Habanada No-Heat Habanero Seeds
A sweet habanero pepper with crisp, thin skin and an exotic, floral flavor. Enjoy the bright tropical sweetness of this pepper without even a hint of heat. The Habanada was developed by Michael Mazourek of Cornell University as the first heatless habanero and was released in 2015. The 3” orange pods grow on 24-36” tall plants that produce fruit all summer long. If you like the flavor of habaneros try adding a few of the Habanada peppers to your habanero hot sauce. The flavor will have more depth and be incredible without adding additional heat.
Growing Tip: The Habanada pepper seeds prefer to germinate in really warm temperatures. Start seeds indoors 8 weeks before the future transplant date and keep the heat mat thermostat at 85-90 degrees F. Sow the seeds 1/4” deep in seedling mix. Keep the soil moist, provide bright light above and bottom heat below. Germination can take 14-28 days.
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- Capsicum chinense (100 days)
- Heat Level: Sweet Scoville: 0
- Open-pollinated/Non- GMO
- Packet contains 10 seeds. $3.99
All of our seeds are GMO-free.
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